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Relaunching Terra 2.0 will not save Do Kwon from criminal charges and fraud allegations. After the de-pegging fiasco that occurred on the Terra ecosystem amid the recent crypto bloodbath, Do Kwon, Founder of the Terra project, proposed the LUNA ‘Revival Plan

Do Kwon is yet taking another risk to create a new blockchain from Terra’s ruins after its major fall. We are all familiar with the mythical story of the Phoenix bird who rises from the ashes of its funeral pyre with

Solana is facing consistent outage issues and it might hamper its aim to take over Ethereum. Blockchain platforms have a problem with scaling. Most are unable to handle the same level of traffic that Web 2.0 platforms can, hence the crash.

Conventional blockchains have a major role to play in helping against network outages. The blockchain industry is at the forefront of innovation, with new ways to harness this secure distributed ledger technology in various areas of traditional businesses. A key feature

If there was one recurring theme at several Web3 meetings in Bangalore, New Delhi, and Mumbai last month, it was Dubai. Mostly for entrepreneurs building on the Web 3.0 ecosystem (the so-called next version of the Internet running on a

A web3 clone of Wikipedia may help Russians, but it’s dividing the tech community.   Wikipedia might get cloned to avoid censorship. While a brutal armed conflict rages on Ukrainian soil, an information war is unfolding online. Russia is seeking to control

New crypto tax regulations are in town. Here are the vital points you should remember about it. The Indian government is all set to tighten the screw over cryptocurrencies.  From April 1, 2022, a 30% I-T plus cess and surcharges will